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Iranian deputy labor minister has announced the expansion of cooperation between Iran and Malaysia over labor market, employment as well as training for work programs.

Speaking at a meeting with Malaysian Ambassador to Tehran Raja Nushirwan Zainal Abidin on Tuesday, Iran's Deputy Minister of Cooperatives, Labor, and Social Welfare and Head of Iranian Technical and Vocational Training Organization (ITVTO) Mohammad Amin Sazgarnejad voiced satisfaction towards development of Malaysia as an Islamic country; “especially, Malaysia’s ‘Vision 2020’ is truly appreciable.”

Sazgarnejad deemed vocational education as a possible venue for cooperation between the two countries expressing hope that bilateral ties will be strengthened in this regard.

“Numerous Iranian students are studying in Malaysia,” underlined the official emphasizing the need to boost collaboration between the two countries in areas of technical and vocational education.

He invited the Malaysian ambassador to make a visit to ITVTO in order to become closely familiar with the features and capabilities of the organization.

Sazgarnejad pointed out that Iran hold good cooperation with different countries in the field of technical and vocational training, including Western countries, East Asian states, Japan, South Korea and India.

Iran’s deputy labor minister went on to enumerated several other venues for cooperation between the two sides in areas of vocational training concluding “in view of Iran’s condition in the post sanction era, creation of a specialized training center with the participation of Malaysian oil and gas companies in Iran to provide training to oil industry workers can bring about positive outcomes in the ties between the two countries.”

Malaysian Ambassador to Tehran Raja Nushirwan Zainal Abidin, for his part, said “Iranians have had an active role in technical cooperation in Malaysia since 1981.”

He underlined that much work has been done between the two sides; “we have tried to invite academic people to conduct cooperation between Iran and Malaysia and we are eager to hold joint sessions with the presence of Iranian academic, technical and professional figures.”

He further reported on the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between the Iranian and Malaysian governments on human resource development concluding “in line with the inked MoU, we can run collaborations in the field of technical and vocational education.


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